Andrew Kenneth Martin
Andrew Kenneth Martin is a Canadian born actor, director, photographer, cinematographer and visual artist. A native of Waterloo, Ontario, he is perhaps best known for appearing in the series Train 48 (2003-2005) as Charles Lucas West-Matheson (Lucas West).
Martin trained at the National Ballet School of Canada in 1983, and attended film school at the University of Western Ontario and at Sheridan College. As an actor, he appeared in three films, one video and a number of TV series between 2000 and 2006, including his 256 episode stint on Train 48.
Behind the camera, he made a short subject, The Colleague, where he experimented with digital technology, and produced, edited and acted in Blocked in 2002. Martin's first feature film was Magnus Opus, an improvised mockumentary about a tortured performance artist and his messianic mission to inspire the world of art, which Martin co-wrote, co-produced, co-directed and co-edited with Gordon Currie, with Andrika Lawren as the third collaborator. Martin was also the (sole) cinematographer. Magnus Opus was an official selection at the Philadelphia Film Festival and made its Canadian debut at the Canadian Filmmakers' Festival in Toronto where it won the Reel Indie Award in 2006.
Since 2008 Andrew has been behind the camera directing and shooting factual television for a number of US, Canadian and International networks.
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